Financial Savvy for Therapists: How to Manage Your Money to Build Your Business Paperback – July 8, 2016
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Thisexcellent book both informs and inspires therapists to become financially savvyby developing a business mindset.
Ellyn Bader PhD, Peter Pearson, PhD
Read thisbook even if you are an experienced therapist now. You will learn how totighten all your business procedures to make yourself financially protected.You will be working smarter, not harder.
Patricia A. White, PhD
AlexaElkington, outlines the essential business principles every therapist shouldknow, and she does it with elegance and simplicity blending her business acumenwith her therapeutic skills.
Nancy St. John, MIACP
An importantread for both new and experienced therapists-all therapist.
Paula E Dennan, Registered ClinicalPsychologist, Director STNZ
About the Author
- Publisher : Savvy Money Books (July 8, 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 156 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0997262001
- ISBN-13 : 978-0997262001
- Item Weight : 7.7 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.33 x 9 inches
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Until recently, the business side of private practice psychotherapy eluded most mental health professionals. If the truth be told, many of us in the field are uncomfortable talking about money and the crucial role it plays in the growth of our practices and our roles as professionals.
Enter Alexa Elkington and her newly published book "Financial Savvy for Therapists: How to ManageYour Money to Build Your Business." Combining her interdisciplinary background in relationship counseling and accounting, Alexa gently takes her readers by the hand and teaches them step-by-step how to overcome their resistances to thinking of themselves exclusively as mental health practitioners who need to keep their distance from money and the business side of their practices. Her empathy as a psychotherapist helps us to develop a new and empowering relationship with money......just what the doctor ordered. Deborah Hecker, Ph.D.